Gemmological Institute of India (GII), a pioneer institute for gem
stone certification and education organised a half day interactive seminar on
“Present status on the developments in the area of colour stones and future
Directions” in the morning of 23rd February in Hotel Revival,
Chowpatty Sea Face, Mumbai. The main objectives were to review continuous
developments in this subject and interact with our valuable customers. Participation
was by invitation. About thirty major gemstone traders and fifteen GII
scientific colleagues participated in this seminar. Seminar was inaugurated by
Shri Bakul R Mehta, Chairman, GII and in his inaugural address, he spoke on the
need for openness in the market, use of scientific methods for the
identification as well as origin determination and requirement of quality data
for certification. He conveyed to participants the importance of using
harmonised protocols and standardisation of laboratories, and the progress made
in this direction. Shri Kirti Das welcomed the participants. Dr. AVR Reddy made
a presentation on the flow of analysis and certification at GII.
Hong Kong, February 27, 2019: NGTC is
organising a half day open Forum meeting Win-Win on 28th afternoon with
CIBJO, GIT, GII, CGL, DFHK, GHK and HKIG as corganisers. NGTC invited many experts from many institutes to
talk or present views in Win-Win. For the first time, an effort is being
made to bring Asia-pacific countries
under one umbrella. The idea was seeded through bilateral meetings between NGTC
and GII, and is progressively evolving. This meeting consists of three sessions and each session begins with a
lead invited talk followed by panel discussion. The topics of lead talks in the
three session are 1. Challenges of Interntional Trade, 2. Uniform rules and
International Jewellery Industry and 3. Prospects for International
standardisation in Asia-pacific and China. Besides, panelists will cover
various areas that are of current concern like trade discipline, consumer
confidence, technical barriers to trade, laboratory standards, gemological
research, harmonisation of protocols, protection of consumer interest and specific measures, in
the three sessions. Shri Bakul R Mehta,
Chairman. GII will present his views on “The challenges of international
Jewellery Trade”as an invited speaker In the first session . Dr. M.D. Sastry and Dr. A.V.R. Reddy of GII
are invited experts to express views in various panel discussions.
AT THE HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY SHOW, FEB. 28 –
Hall 5B – Booth D38
Testing and screening in high demand at GSI’s new Hong
NEW YORK, February 26, 2019 – GSI, one of the largest
gemological organizations in the world, will provide diamond testing and
screening for jewelry manufacturers and retailers at its booth during the Hong
Kong International Jewellery Show.
New York, New York February 8, 2019 – Gemological Science
International (GSI) announced today that the Emirates International
Accreditation Centre (EIAC) approved GSI’s Dubai laboratory accreditation. The
accreditation is valid not only in Dubai where the GSI laboratory is located,
but in all seven United Arab Emirates. GSI is the first and the only international
gemological laboratory to achieve this accreditation. This accreditation
upholds GSI's commitment to professional integrity, transparency and forward
looking processes and procedures
Mahabir Danwar Jewellers, Kolkata was
founded by Late Shri Mahabir Prasad Soni in 1970 and is currently being managed
by his son, Shri Binod Kumar Soni and grandsons Shri Vijay, Shri Arvind, Shri
Amit and Shri Sandeep. MDJ is engaged in manufacturing, wholesale and retail of
exquisite handcrafted Diamond, Polki-Jadau & Antique Gold designer jewelry.
MDJ has worked hard to achieve its vision of being the preferred family jeweler
for wedding occasions and festivities and has “MAHIRA” The Bridal Jewellery
Couture catering to specific needs of the modern Indian Bride & Groom.
Zar gets its name from the
Sanskrit word that means treasure. It denotes the untainted gold which sprawls
across positivity and lightens up the path for eternity. Zar has a long legacy
to create magnetic beauty and a dream to build a magic land of gold ornaments.
The beginning of this journey rewinds to the year 1950 with Gurmukhdas
Takhtani’s vision to create ageless exquisiteness of gold. We pay a tribute to
the fineness of the metal by putting layers of elegance and detailing to bring
out the most mesmerizing designs exclusively set with SWAROVSKI® ZIRCONIA.
Along with quintessential bangles, Zar also excels in creating karas and
bracelets created with SWAROVSKI® ZIRCONIA. Witness the majestic history of our
royalty unfolds in front of your eyes. The supreme collection is made alive
straight from the pages of antiquity. The brand prides itself on the superior
finish it provides to each piece of jewelry. The number of quality checks every
ornament goes through makes sure the excellence in quality is always high.
YUG by Tanvi Gold Cast launched exclusive collection
embellished with Zirconia from Swarovski at the BIJS 2019.
The collection was launched by guest of honour Mr Shankar
Sen - SENCO Gold, Mr. Anantha Padmanabhan - NAC Jewellers, Mr. Nitin Khandelwal
- Khandelwal Jewellers, Mr. Pramod Duggar - Indian Gems & Jewellery, Mr.
Fatehchand Ranka - Ranka Jewellers, Mr. Ashok Bengani, Mr Rajendra Jain SWAROVSKI
GEMSTONES and Mr Bipin Viradiya from YUG.
4th January 2019, ANMOL
JEWELLERS HYD launched exclusive Chokar collection set with Zirconia from
Swarovski at the BIJS 2019.
The collection was launched by
guest of honor Mr Shankar Sen from SENCO Gold, Mr. Anantha Padmanabhan - NAC
Jewellers, Mr. Pramod Duggar - Indian Gems & Jewellery, Mr. Ashok Bengani, Mr
Rajendra Jain SWAROVSKI GEMSTONES and Mr Mahendra Tayal from Anmol Jewellers.
Jewellery Show and
Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show
The Hong Kong Trade
Development Council (HKTDC) will stage the
6th Hong Kong International Diamond,
Gem & Pearl Show from 26 February to 2 March 2019 at the AsiaWorld-Expo, and the 36th Hong Kong International Jewellery Show from 28 February to 4 March 2019 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). The twin
shows anticipate a total of more than 4,550 exhibitors across the globe, forming the world’s largest jewellery marketplace for traders to tap into global markets. In 2018, the
shows attracted about 87,000 leading buyers from 145 countries and regions.
a view to encourage digitisation of payments and enhance financial inclusion
through digitisation, the Reserve Bank of India has decided to constitute a
High-Level Committee on Deepening of Digital Payments. The composition of the
Committee is under the chairmanship of Shri Nandan Nilekani, Former Chairman-
Unique Identification Authority of India.
Terms of Reference of the Committee are, a: To review the existing status of
digitisation of payments in the country, identify the current gaps in the ecosystem
and suggest ways to bridge them; b: To assess the current levels of digital
payments in financial inclusion.
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